National Anthem of France and Its composition
In a single night for the war soldiers in Strasbourg, Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle composed the French National Anthem. The mayor of Strasbourg proposed writing a song about machinery for the French troops. It became France's National Anthem due to its popularity among troops.
- The National Anthem of France symbolizes the ideology of strength and defiance (Marchons! Marchons!" means "let's march).
- It was considered the spirited song of passion and enthusiasm that brought harmony to the French people.
- Though it was written with the theme of violence, people consider it a defensive means of freedom.
- France is one of the selected countries in the world that is self-independent in military equipment. The country is upgrading its machinery to be the leader in weapon exporters.